Ed Sheeran announces 2019 shows in Ipswich and Leeds

He’s heading home…

Ed Sheeran has confirmed details of UK shows next summer, taking place in locations that hold a special significance for the singer.

After a massive 2018 tour that saw him taking in four shows at Wembley Stadium, he’s scheduled four dates for 2019.

On August 16 and 17, he’ll play two shows at Leeds Roundhay Park, less than a hour from where the singer was born in Halifax, West Yorkshire.

He’ll then head to Suffolk on August 23 and 24 for two shows at Ipswich’s Chantry Park – only 30 minutes from where he grew up in the town of Framlingham.

Tickets will go on sale from September 27 at 10AM.

Meanwhile, Sheeran revealed how he’s hoping that his future music heads in a “experimental” direction.

Before finding global fame, the ‘Shape of You’ singer released 2011’s ‘EP No. 5 Collaborations Project’ which featured collaborations with the likes of Wiley, Devlin, JME and Sway.
“I would love to do something like that again”, he told the BBC. He also described the EP as “the most interesting project I think I’ve ever made”.

It could even emerge as early as next year, in a bid to “clear the air”.

Sheeran also recently hinted he got married to his longtime girlfriend in secret in a new interview.

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